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Amy Tintera
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5 Jun 2014 Reboot

Wren Connolly thought she'd left her human side behind when she died five years ago and came back 178 minutes later as a Reboot. With her new abilities of strength, speed, and healing—along with a lack of emotions—Wren 178 became the perfect soldier for HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation). Then Callum 22 came along and changed everything.

Now that they've both escaped, they're ready to start a new life in peace on the Reboot Reservation. But Micah 163, the Reboot running the reservation, has darker plans in mind: to wipe out the humans. All of them. Micah has been building a Reboot army for years and is now ready to launch his attack on the cities. Callum wants to stick around and protect the humans. Wren wants nothing more than to leave all the fighting behind them.

With Micah on one side, HARC on the other, and Wren and Callum at odds in the middle, there's only one option left. . . .

It's time for Reboots to become rebels.

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  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: HarperTeen (5 Jun 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0062337904
  • ISBN-13: 978-0062337900
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 2.2 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 359,069 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for REBOOT: “Fast paced and thrilling…I devoured this book!” (Veronica Rossi, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of UNDER THE NEVER SKY)

“I don’t know what left me more breathless—the breakneck pace or the heart—stopping romance! I loved it!” (Sophie Jordan, NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of FIRELIGHT)

“A bone–breaking heroine fights for her life, her love, and what remains of her humanity in this fresh take on a world gone wrong.” (Lissa Price, international bestselling author of STARTERS)

“Riveting, fast–paced, and full of heart—I simply couldn’t put it down.” (C. J. Redwine, author of DEFIANCE)

“A riveting premise, a romance with substance, and the urgent narrative voice lend [REBOOT] a burst of fresh energy.” (Publishers Weekly)

“Compulsively readable…Superb concepts and plotting will hook readers from the start.” (Kirkus Reviews)

“A fascinating premise, delivered in gory and glorious cinematic detail—and with a healthy dose of romance…The quick pace, familiar yet altered setting, and strong humanitarian message will draw Hunger Games fans.” (ALA Booklist)

“Readers who are continuing the story from Reboot will appreciate the addition of Callum’s perspective, as well as new villains, new friends, and a suitably ambiguous ending.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA))

About the Author

Amy Tintera grew up in Texas and now lives in Los Angeles, California. She has degrees in journalism and film and can usually be found staring into space, dreaming up ways to make her characters run for their lives.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent follow-up but with the prequels flaws 26 July 2014
By Strv 74
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I read "Reboot" two days before this follow up so I had fresh memories about the whole story. I would recommend anyone to read both books close together because going into number two is not going to be easy without the right back-ground.

We have here the second part of a fast moving action story that takes place sometime in the future. A group of super zombie kids fights against some sort of police authority. This second volume has more context and the story is broader but there is still a lot that you wonder about. How come we in the future have shuttles that are far superior to our present day helicopters but no night vision devices that we have today? If night vision devices were present the story would be different.

What year is it and is the whole planet dead except these small enclaves in Texas? Of course you can write a story without a lot of back-ground but at least this reader would like to have some more.

I also started to wonder what it is in these two book that makes them different from if they had been written by a male author. Amy Tintera does a very good job but you can see in the first book "Reboot" that most of her influences are also women. Well, I can tell you that there is not much that differ. Maybe the constant kissing of our two heroes and the absence of sex could be one indicator but maybe 17 years old super zombie kids have a different sex drive than human teenagers? They fight and kill like in any other similar book.

But the book is well written and recommended reading.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good, fast paced reliable dystopia 2 Jun 2014
By Elle L
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Action fans will be definitely pleased with the duology Reboot and Rebel. What made it special, apart from the kind of standard world building, is the relationship between kick ass Wren-178 and low grading Callum-22. In the style of Legend, one would expect an equally kick-ass male protagonist (like Day-sigh-), but what I loved about Callum is that he is much softer, more fragile and not as sure of himself as male leads are presented in other books. Overall, a great series, which I would totally recommend to fans of Legend, Partials, Monument 14, Breathe etc
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 26 Aug 2014
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Good second book
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5.0 out of 5 stars An action packed thrilling end to an amazing duology!! 18 May 2014
By Alicia - Published on
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Phew...What an thrilling ride in REBEL! Amy Tintera has done it again, and she has manged to surpass REBOOT on so many levels! And that's hard to imagine, as much as I LOVEDDDDDD REBOOT when I read it last year! I can happily say, REBEL has come out on top in the duology, and become one of my favorites for 2014!

In REBEL we had so much growth in the main character Wren. In the first book REBOOT, Wren was a cold blooded killer. Really, she killed without question and without remorse. But it's totally understandable why and how Wren was able to be so cold in REBOOT. But in REBEL, Callum, the other main character in REBEL and also Wren's love interest, has succeed in melting the ice around Wren's heart, and allowed her to feel again. And in REBEL she doesn't have as many feelings as humans do or even as some of the lesser number Reboots do, but they were definitely there. And it was nice to see a more compassionate Wren, but still have this hard-edged, strong, take no crap type of gal. And in both books Wren was awesome, but I think I liked her a little it more in REBEL as she showed some feelings!


REBEL picks up right where REBOOT left off. Wren & Addie has succeed in saving Callum from becoming a flesh craving monster that he was becoming in the first book, REBOOT! And in the process they've manged to save all the Reboots in the Austin HARC facility. This is where REBEL picks back up!

They've made it! They're finally free from the clutches of the power-hungry HARC (Human Advancement and Repopulation Corporation.) And have well over 100 Reboots with them all looking to Wren for direction on which way to go and what to do next! They've heard talk about a Reboot Reservation, and are relieved when they arrive to find it true! Finally they can live in freedom, without fear of the humans claiming control of their lives. Until... Micah, the deranged leader of the Reboot Reservation is ready to take a stand against the HARC. But it's not just the HARC he wants to strike! It's ALL humans! He wants to rid the world of the lesser of the 2 races, and allow the evolved Reboots to become the worlds new dictators.

Micah's insane and has a thirst for human blood. Wren 178, doesn't know what to feel about this as she is just starting to get in touch with her feelings. But Callum 22, is very much in tune with his feelings and can not allow this to happen! He has faith that the humans want to be rid the HARC as much as the Reboots do and are willing to help them. As they have proved it by helping the Reboots save Callum and free the Austin Reboots. But not everyone is willing to side with saving the humans like he is...including Wren!

In this fast-paced, action-packed, second book in this EPIC duology, Wren & Callum must battle their own wars to see if their fighting for the same cause. But there is one thing Wren is willing to fight for and that's Callum, so what's a girl to do when the one you love is fighting for something your not sure you believe in? And what about all that bloodshed that is the inevitable? What side will triumph and what side will Succumb? Will the Reboots find it in their cold emotionless hearts to save the humans who hasn't done much to save them? And what about the HARC? There not going down without a battle that will kill hundreds on both sides? And Micah, what's he to do if some of the Reboots side with saving the humans?

It's all coming to a head and it's going to pop, but what side will come out on top no body knows. War is raging and battles will be fought, lives will be lost, but one side will change their world forever...One way or another!!!

This book has truly touched my heart and made it's way to my favorites shelf where it will stay for years to come! Amy Tintera is an amazing writer, and she has rocked this series and I'm so sad to see it go, but I'm anxious to see what's in store for her coming books, because I will definitely be reading ANYTHING this woman writes!

NOTE: I received an ARC for review through Around The World Tours. All opinions expressed are my own and are not influenced in any way!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Snoozer and gooey - loved the first book - not so much this one. 25 July 2014
By C. Wilson - Published on
I thought the first book was pretty good. Unique plot and quite a bit of action. Second book I just could NOT finish. There is just not enough action. The plot stalls out pretty fast once they get to a certain point on where they are headed. And the romance takes over completely over everything else in this book. In my opinion it is the main topic between Wren and Callum and not much else is going on. I listened to the audio and just had to turn it off with just a few chapters to go. I couldn't stomach anymore and I didn't care how it ended by then. Wren was tough in the first book and in Rebel, she is just looking for her next kiss and to hold his hand. If you want to read the next book in the series, you should consider getting this from the library (sorry Amazon) - because I don't think this one to re-read over and over.
3.0 out of 5 stars There are still a lot of areas that needed improvement... 20 July 2014
By Charlotte - Published on
Rebel, which is the last book of the Reboot duology, did not really redeem the overall concept of the story. Did I say that right? Hahahah. I mean, the Reboot series was not bad but I think there are still a lot of areas that needed improvement. I was actually generous with my rating for the first book of the series because the theme was really interesting. It’s like reading a zombie book from a whole new perspective because the characters were not zombies and yet, they died and reawaken like one. I remember that my main concerns with the first book were the character inconsistency, the instances where there’s a lot of telling than showing and lack of solid explanation about the KDH virus. Nonetheless, it was a fairly decent read. And I hoped that my main problems will be answered in book 2.

So back to Rebel, it picks up where Reboot left off. Wren, Callum and the rest of the rescued Reboots from the Austin Facility have already reached the reservation. And our main characters thought that they can finally live their lives in peace. What they didn’t know is that the leader of the reservation camp was actually brewing a grandmaster plan that will change the world forever. And so this is where the trouble comes in because apparently, Wren and Callum have differing views when it comes to morality.

In book 1, I was seriously annoyed with Wren because her character didn’t deliver. She was supposed to be kickass, unemotional and all that. But for most of the time, it was “Everyone feared Wren because she was 178 and whenever she’s around, everyone cowers in fear.” Not to mention that I haven’t seen her being cold and distant towards the other Reboots. And sadly, Rebel didn’t rectify the said inconsistency. And so I still hated her in this book because a lot of her decisions depend upon what Callum thinks.

As for Callum, I was able to force myself to like him in this book because despite his gigliness (deal with it!), he managed to display some redeeming qualities.

Moving on to the plot, it was predictable and lacked tension. I was hoping that there’s going to be more particularly that it was marketed as “perfect for fans of James Patterson, Veronica Roth, and Marie Lu.” But the thing is, I really liked how fast paced the book was. I also appreciated that Amy Tintera didn’t hesitate to kill some of the characters that needed to be killed.

Overall, Rebel was an okay read. I have nothing else to say about it because it didn’t really leave a solid impression on me. Will I recommend it? Of course, but maybe not to the fans of James Patterson, Veronica Roth, and Marie Lu because I have this feeling that they’re going to be disappointed.

***This review first appeared on Thoughts and Pens book blog. Thanks to Harper Teen for the free e-ARC***
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Romance role reversal, wrenching but thoughtful character evolution, YA dystopian setting, part 2 of 2 14 July 2014
By Jaylia3 - Published on
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Rebel is the second book in a duology featuring Wren, a slight but focused and fierce seventeen year old girl who reanimated (rebooted) after death and was trained to be the perfect fighting machine in a dystopian post-viral infection Texas, but its fast action plot and cool world building aren't, to me, the best things about the story--the wrenching but thoughtful character evolution is what kept me flipping the pages. Wren is supposed to be the baddest of the bad because she took a full 178 minutes to come back to life, and the longer they are dead the faster, stronger, more emotionless and less human reboots are, but from the start, and even more in this second book, Wren struggles with nascent emotions and an uncomfortably changing understanding of right and wrong.

In the last book Wren and her boyfriend Callum helped free a large group of reboots from their slave-like, police-warrior working conditions, but as this sequel opens they discover that the rebel reservation they've struggled to find is not a free, comfortable, utopian place for reboots to live their lives in peace, but is instead just another repressive, violent dictatorship, this time under the rule of a vindictive reboot commander instead of the powerful government authorities. There is a serious crack in their relationship when Wren's first impulse is that she and Callum should just head out on their own, she's sick of fighting and killing, while Callum wants them to stay and thwart reboot commander's rampageous plans.

Wren and Callum are a great, well-balanced pair and a romance formula role reversal with a lot to learn from each other. Wren is the best fighter around while Callum is the one who's in touch with his emotions. Callum also has a light-hearted side, adding humor to the story, and since he took only 22 minutes to "reboot" after death Callum's skills and perceptions are very different from Wren's so they both play crucial roles in the plot.
4.0 out of 5 stars I liked this book because it was dealing with a lot ... 20 Sep 2014
By Annabella Abel - Published on
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After escaping from HARC and finding the rebels compound many struggles take residence in Wrens mind. Internal and external. Fighting her mixed emotions about her-self worth and dealing with the new come issues of her daily life in the rebel compound. Does Wren survive the internal battle with herself, more importantly what does she do with the battle raging around her.
This is the second book to Reboot. I liked this book because it was dealing with a lot of rebellion and a lot of personal problems that you could have as a teenager. I think its a fantastic dystopian read I liked the first book better though. I do recommend it if you liked the first book. It goes more into Caleb's life and complications and even more deeply into Wrens. Extremely recommended!
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